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Okay Kaya: “Spinal Tap”

Okay Kaya is the solo-musical project of New York City’s Kaya Wilkins, and “Spinal Tap” is fluid, funk-fueled psychedelic soul and her seductive, long-awaited new single. The track is taken from her forthcoming SAP LP, one out through Jagjaguwar on November 4th. You can pre-order clear-orange-vinyl, black-vinyl, cassette and CD versions of that either from their webstore or from Bandcamp right now. Via Les inRocks.

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Rachika Nayar: “Our Wretched Fantasy” + “Our Wretched Fate”

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Later this month Brooklyn-based musician and producer Rachika Nayar┬áreleases Heaven Come Crashing — her next and second LP — and you can hear twinned, stirring and stellar tracks from it above. Out from August 26th on NNA Tapes, you can order metallic-gold-vinyl and digital versions of the album either from them or from Bandcamp now.

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Bailey Miller: “Parallel Place”

“Parallel Place” is the eerie, architectural and thoughtfully-edited brand-new single from Cincinnati-based musician and producer Bailey Miller. You can download it from Bandcamp and stream it on Apple Music right now. Meanwhile her new album Still Water will be released September 2nd on double cassette by her hometown’s Whited Sepulchre Records.

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Lapsley: “32 Floors”

A polished, Aegean-toned confession, “32 Floors” is the sedate, sophisticated, immediately-engaging and long-awaited new single from Liverpool’s wonderful Lapsley. You can find an assortment of streaming links for this right here.

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Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith: “Is it Me or is it You?”

Consistently innovative musician and producer Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith has both announced the release of her new album Let’s Turn It Into Sound and revealed its protean, densely-packed and crisp “Is it Me or is it You?”. Out from August 25th on Ghostly International, you can pre-order neon-yellow-vinyl, black-vinyl, CD and various digital versions of it from them now, and it’s on Bandcamp, too.

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Maud Geffray: “Way Out”

Chromatic as it comforts, “Way Out” is the celestial new single from Paris-based musician and producer Maud Geffray. Streaming links for this one are right here, and her next album Ad Astra is out on May 20th digitally and June 3rd on vinyl through Pan European Recording. You can order yours either from them or from Bandcamp now. Via Les inRocks.

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Kelly Lee Owens: “Olga”

Palatial, welcoming and painted in complementary swathes of blue, “Olga” is a serene lunar seascape and taken from LP.8, the forthcoming new album from London’s Kelly Lee Owens. Out on April 29th through Smalltown Supersound, you can pre-order the white-vinyl version from Bandcamp, while digital links are here.

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Kadhja Bonet: “Dear Gina”

Imagined with optimism and wonder, “Dear Gina” is the windowed, woozy and calm newest single from L.A.’s Kadhja Bonet. Out care of the legends at Ninja Tune, you can find an assortment of streaming options for it here, and it’s also on Bandcamp.

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Sarasara: “Requiem Pour un Con” + “La Javanaise”

A futuristic, electro-symphonic tribute to among the world’s greatest pop artists, Sarasara x Serge Gainsbourg is the brand-new EP from French musician and philosopher Sarasara. “Requiem Pour un Con”, “La Javanaise” and an instrumental version of the latter comprise its stylish contents, you can buy vinyl and digital editions of it from Bandcamp, and streaming options are right here.

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Barrie: “Concrete”

Translucent and elastic, prismatic and cool, “Concrete” is the bright, intelligent brand-new single from Brooklyn’s Barrie. Her new album Barbara is released by Winspear on March 25th, and you can order aqua-blue-vinyl, black-vinyl, cassette, CD and digital editions of it either from them or from Bandcamp today. Via Gorilla vs. Bear.